The Psychology of Dreams 101

The Psychology of Dreams 101

by K D Grace
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Amanda_Kaye More than 1 year ago
Leah is a student in the Psychology of Dreams adult education class. The teacher is Al. Part of the class is a required dream journal. Of course you always have the good dreams and the dirty dreams but sometimes you have the ones that are not pleasant, the nightmares. Do they have an effect on the world when you are awake? Of course Leah is crushing on her teacher but as an introvert she is shy and is taking the class to get out of the house and to meet with people of flesh and blood. Sadly she was unable to remember her dreams long enough to write them down in the morning so Al told her that she should keep the journal open by her bed and to wake up every 2 hours to write key words into it so she can remember her dreams in the morning. Until the sexy dreams start and words are showing up on the page in her hand writing which she has no memory of writing. Is everything as it seems? Are the dreams something more? Are she and Al sharing the same types of dreams? Is he really writing down messages like she is? I found this to be interesting because I have tried and tried to do a dream journal as well. It was interesting to see them both so open and so shy at the same time when they were talking about there dreams. This was a nice, quick read but I did enjoy it. It brings up questions in your mind and you keep wanting to find out what is going on.